Friday, September 18th
Liturgy September 20, 2020
Kevin and Anne will be speaking about some things they have found helpful during Covid19.
Friday, September 11th
Liturgy, September 13, 2020
Margaret Lawson and Mark Taylor reflect on life in a world that is so different from the one we are used to. Who imagined the pandemic would last as long as this, and who can tell how much longer it will be with us? Maybe this is the time we all needed to change the way we live to be more careful of our precious planet and be more caring of each other.
Friday, September 4th
Liturgy September 6, 2020
This weeks homilist Rosalie Toney is a retired school teacher and holds a Master's in language and literacy. She will be discussing how literacy empowers and how important it is in everyone's life.
Friday, August 28th
Liturgy August 30, 2020
Covid 19 has taught us one thing: that as a species, once we are in a crisis, we can act fast and change our habits and treat a crisis as a crisis. This weekend Terry Fitzpatrick will be speaking about the most important thing we can do in the global warming crisis we are now experiencing.
Friday, August 21st
Liturgy August 23, 2020
Liz Little will be reflecting on the Mary and Martha gospel story. She will be inviting us to find the balance in our lives between 'acting' and 'being'.
Friday, August 14th
Liturgy, August 16, 2020
While it is true that we are all in this together, we are also experiencing very different ways of living, both from pre-virus times compared to now. For some it is a cosy time or battening down in a comfortable cave, for others it is a nightmare with no apparent end.
Friday, August 7th
Liturgy August 9, 2020
Our homily this week is a reflection by Br. David Steindl-Rast. He speaks of gratitude as the source of joy in our lives. While we cannot be grateful for everything that happens; we can be grateful at every moment. We can respond by trusting life, without fear.
Friday, July 31st
Liturgy August 2, 2020
A reflection on what really matter – what counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived; it is what difference we have made to the lives of others (Nelson Mandela). The Homily this week is by Michael Tansky.
Friday, July 24th
Liturgy July26, 2020
In the lead up to National Tree Day on Friday the 31st July, greater awareness of our connection to nature is important in today's post bushfire and COVID times. Our homily this week by Mark Thompson reflects on why trees can be important to our physical and spiritual survival.
Friday, July 17th
Liturgy, July 19, 2020
This week's readings carry a theme that the spirit of god and our immersion in that spirit and comprehension of that spirit is never as we expect it to be.